• Detail Vietnam Covid-19 Guidedance

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Quarantine and testing

Although the frequency of COVID-19 infections in Vietnam is minimal, when there are suspected cases, Vietnam's authorities enforce quarantine and testing procedures vigorously and rapidly, frequently with little or no prior notice. As a result, places may be closed down and individuals may be ordered to self-isolate, quarantine, and get tested. This could include testing in the community.

You should expect to be quarantined at a government facility in at least 14 days if you get in contact with anybody who tests positive for coronavirus, and possibly more if you test positive at all stages. You'll be treated at a Vietnamese hospital if your test results are positive. You are asked to participate in self-isolation after release. You should expect at least five tests before being released from the hospital, three consecutive quarantine negative tests, and two consecutive self-isolation negative tests.

You must acquire a document that confirms this after you have completed quarantine and self-isolation. Keep this, please. The Vietnamese government confirmed that it will fund government quarantine costs. This does not cover anyone in Vietnam who has to pay quarantine fees from 1 September 2020. All foreign citizens are responsible for all charges of treatment for coronavirus in the hospital.

The quarantine centers in Vietnam are fundamental. If testing/self insulation and/or quarantine is requested, you should meet the requirements. Failure to do so can be an infraction with substantial penalties. The Vietnamese Ministry of Health mandates quarantine requirements. To get these requirements waived, shortened, or modified, the British Embassy and the Consulate General cannot intervene. Infringements are punished strictly.

Travel in Vietnam

COVID- 19 Da Nang City districts were contacted on July 25. Cases associated with the initial outbreak have now been detected in many cities and provinces, including Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnam's governments have taken many initiatives to limit the virus's spread, in partnership with municipal and provincial governments.

There is a partial lock-up, and transport from and to Da Nang and other sections of Quang-Nam is restricted. Indoor and outdoor cances were made on all Da Nang flights and public transit. Private Da Nang vehicles may halt and passengers might be refused transit at the province's borders. Schools have been shut down. People should be at home and comply as much as possible with local norms.

The partial lockdown was lifted in Hoi An on 28 August. Access to other cities and provinces depends on the destination for travelers coming from Hoi An. You should confirm with your tour operator what local precautions are in place before you travel to your location.

Those who travel from Hoi An to Hanoi should expect to be tested and tested for 14 days in a government center.

Those who fly to Ho Chi Minh City from 7 to 13 August can plan to experience self-isolation and testing at home for 14 days.

Those in Hoi An who visit Ho Chi Minh City from 14-28 August may expect a 14-day government test and quarantine.

Those who traveled to Ho Chi Minh City in Hoi An after 28 August should follow up for 14 days.

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